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  1. 1. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured , the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one .• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: .II) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as H and I (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the .3) is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in (Iraq)2) About BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Nation.4) Book of says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to .5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  2. 2. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one .• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: .II) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as H and I (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the .3) is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in (Iraq)2) About BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Nation.4) Book of says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to .5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  3. 3. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: .II) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as H and I (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the .3) is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in (Iraq)2) About BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Nation.4) Book of says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to .5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  4. 4. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: JudaismII) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as H and I (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the .3) is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in (Iraq)2) About BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Nation.4) Book of says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to .5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  5. 5. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: JudaismII) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as Hebrews and Israelites (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the .3) is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in (Iraq)2) About BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Nation.4) Book of says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to .5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  6. 6. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: JudaismII) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as Hebrews and Israelites (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the Torah.3) is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in (Iraq)2) About BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Nation.4) Book of says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to .5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  7. 7. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: JudaismII) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as Hebrews and Israelites (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the Torah.3) Torah is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in (Iraq)2) About BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Nation.4) Book of says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to .5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  8. 8. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: JudaismII) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as Hebrews and Israelites (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the Torah.3) Torah is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in Mesopotamia (Iraq)2) About BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Nation.4) Book of says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to .5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  9. 9. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: JudaismII) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as Hebrews and Israelites (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the Torah.3) Torah is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in Mesopotamia (Iraq)2) About 2000 BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Nation.4) Book of says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to .5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  10. 10. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: JudaismII) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as Hebrews and Israelites (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the Torah.3) Torah is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in Mesopotamia (Iraq)2) About 2000 BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Israelite Nation.4) Book of says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to .5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  11. 11. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: JudaismII) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as Hebrews and Israelites (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the Torah.3) Torah is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in Mesopotamia (Iraq)2) About 2000 BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Israelite Nation.4) Book of Genesis says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to .5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  12. 12. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: JudaismII) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as Hebrews and Israelites (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the Torah.3) Torah is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in Mesopotamia (Iraq)2) About 2000 BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Israelite Nation.4) Book of Genesis says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to Egypt.5) Israelites were in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  13. 13. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: JudaismII) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as Hebrews and Israelites (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the Torah.3) Torah is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in Mesopotamia (Iraq)2) About 2000 BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Israelite Nation.4) Book of Genesis says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to Egypt.5) Israelites were enslaved in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  14. 14. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Principles of Judaism (p.28)• In 63 BC, Rome captured Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish state of Judea.• Jewish religious Kings had ruled Judea for about 100 years.• Unlike other people of the Roman Empire, Jews prayed to one God.• Jewish ancient beliefs evolved into the religion: JudaismII) Ancient Israelites (p.28-29)a) Basics1) In ancient history, Jews were known as Hebrews and Israelites (people of Israel).2) Most info about Israelites comes from the Torah.3) Torah is the Jews’ religious book. It is basically the old testament of the Bible.b) Migrating People1) According to the Torah, Abraham lived near Ur in Mesopotamia (Iraq)2) About 2000 BC, Abraham and family migrated herding sheep & goat west to Canaan3) In Canaan, near the East Mediterranean coast, Abraham found the Israelite Nation.4) Book of Genesis says a famine forced Israelites to migrate to Egypt.5) Israelites were enslaved in Egypt for 400 years.6) Finally, an Israelite named Moses led his people into exodus (escape) to Canaan. Back to Main
  15. 15. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By BC, the Israelites had set up a K called Israel in Canaan.2) King united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, built a massive temple dedicated to .4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) E ii) M .c) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built J . 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy ii) e labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) I = North 3) This led to r . Israelites weak to i . ii) J = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  16. 16. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a K called Israel in Canaan.2) King united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, built a massive temple dedicated to .4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) E ii) M .c) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built J . 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy ii) e labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) I = North 3) This led to r . Israelites weak to i . ii) J = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  17. 17. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, built a massive temple dedicated to .4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) E ii) M .c) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built J . 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy ii) e labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) I = North 3) This led to r . Israelites weak to i . ii) J = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  18. 18. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, built a massive temple dedicated to .4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) E ii) M .c) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built J . 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy ii) e labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) I = North 3) This led to r . Israelites weak to i . ii) J = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  19. 19. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to .4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) E ii) M .c) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built J . 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy ii) e labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) I = North 3) This led to r . Israelites weak to i . ii) J = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  20. 20. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) E ii) M .c) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built J . 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy ii) e labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) I = North 3) This led to r . Israelites weak to i . ii) J = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  21. 21. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built J . 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy ii) e labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) I = North 3) This led to r . Israelites weak to i . ii) J = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  22. 22. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy ii) e labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) I = North 3) This led to r . Israelites weak to i . ii) J = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  23. 23. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) e labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) I = North 3) This led to r . Israelites weak to i . ii) J = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  24. 24. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) I = North 3) This led to r . Israelites weak to i . ii) J = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  25. 25. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) I = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to i . ii) J = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  26. 26. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to i . ii) Judah = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  27. 27. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  28. 28. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In 722 BC, Israelites fall to , warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  29. 29. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In 722 BC, Israelites fall to Assyrians, warriors w/ weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  30. 30. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In 722 BC, Israelites fall to Assyrians, warriors w/ iron weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  31. 31. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In 722 BC, Israelites fall to Assyrians, warriors w/ iron weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Babylonian Empire defeat the Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  32. 32. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In 722 BC, Israelites fall to Assyrians, warriors w/ iron weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Babylonian Empire defeat the Assyrian Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great T of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  33. 33. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In 722 BC, Israelites fall to Assyrians, warriors w/ iron weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Babylonian Empire defeat the Assyrian Empire. Back to Main8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: i) Destroyed great Temple of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  34. 34. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In 722 BC, Israelites fall to Assyrians, warriors w/ iron weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Babylonian Empire defeat the Assyrian Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great temple of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into exile near Babylon9) Years later, P ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  35. 35. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In 722 BC, Israelites fall to Assyrians, warriors w/ iron weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Babylonian Empire defeat the Assyrian Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great temple of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into exile near Babylon9) Years later, Persian ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  36. 36. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In 722 BC, Israelites fall to Assyrians, warriors w/ iron weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Babylonian Empire defeat the Assyrian Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great temple of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into exile near Babylon9) Years later, Persian ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and freed Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as J where they lived under P rule
  37. 37. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In 722 BC, Israelites fall to Assyrians, warriors w/ iron weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Babylonian Empire defeat the Assyrian Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great temple of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into exile near Babylon9) Years later, Persian ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and freed Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as Jews where they lived under P rule
  38. 38. II) Ancient Israelites (p.29) 2) Guided Reading Notesb) Kingdom of Israel1) By 1000 BC, the Israelites had set up a Kingdom called Israel in Canaan.2) King David united the feuding Israelite tribes into a single nation.3) David’s son, Solomon built a massive temple dedicated to God.4) Solomon tried to improve Israel’s situation by negotiating with powerful empires in: i) Egypt ii) Mesopotamiac) Division and Conquest 1) King Solomon built Jerusalem 2) Solomon’s building projects required: into an impressive capital i) Heavy taxes ii) enslaved labor 4) Kingdom split: 5) Division makes i) Israel = North 3) This led to revolts Israelites weak to invaders ii) Judah = South6) In 722 BC, Israelites fall to Assyrians, warriors w/ iron weapons from Mesopotamia7) Later, Babylonian Empire defeat the Assyrian Empire.8) In 586 BC, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: Back to Main i) Destroyed great temple of Solomon ii) sent Israelites into exile near Babylon9) Years later, Persian ruler Cyrus conquered Babylon and freed Israelites10) Many returned to Judea became known as Jews where they lived under Persian rule
  39. 39. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• H and f are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and s ,e ,p lives• Each historical event reflected ’s plan for them.• Modern J after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were M – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made c (promise & agreement), with A and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  40. 40. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and f are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and s ,e ,p lives• Each historical event reflected ’s plan for them.• Modern J after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were M – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made c (promise & agreement), with A and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  41. 41. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and s ,e ,p lives• Each historical event reflected ’s plan for them.• Modern J after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were M – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made c (promise & agreement), with A and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  42. 42. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, e ,p lives• Each historical event reflected ’s plan for them.• Modern J after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were M – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made c (promise & agreement), with A and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  43. 43. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, p lives• Each historical event reflected ’s plan for them.• Modern J after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were M – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made c (promise & agreement), with A and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  44. 44. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected ’s plan for them.• Modern J after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were M – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made c (promise & agreement), with A and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  45. 45. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern J after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were M – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made c (promise & agreement), with A and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  46. 46. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were M – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made c (promise & agreement), with A and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  47. 47. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made c (promise & agreement), with A and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  48. 48. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with A and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  49. 49. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  50. 50. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a h .3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  51. 51. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “p land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  52. 52. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain f and o to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  53. 53. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  54. 54. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “I ”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  55. 55. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “Instruction”3) Consists of 5 books i) G ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  56. 56. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “Instruction”3) Consists of 5 books i) Genesis ii) E iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  57. 57. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “Instruction”3) Consists of 5 books i) Genesis ii) Exodus iii) L iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  58. 58. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “Instruction”3) Consists of 5 books i) Genesis ii) Exodus iii) Leviticus iv) N v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  59. 59. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “Instruction”3) Consists of 5 books i) Genesis ii) Exodus iii) Leviticus iv) Numbers v) D .4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  60. 60. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “Instruction”3) Consists of 5 books i) Genesis ii) Exodus iii) Leviticus iv) Numbers v) Deuteronomy4) Genesis – God tells to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  61. 61. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “Instruction”3) Consists of 5 books i) Genesis ii) Exodus iii) Leviticus iv) Numbers v) Deuteronomy4) Genesis – God tells Abraham to move to Canaan5) E – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  62. 62. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “Instruction”3) Consists of 5 books i) Genesis ii) Exodus iii) Leviticus iv) Numbers v) Deuteronomy4) Genesis – God tells Abraham to move to Canaan5) Exodus – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be o .7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  63. 63. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “Instruction”3) Consists of 5 books i) Genesis ii) Exodus iii) Leviticus iv) Numbers v) Deuteronomy4) Genesis – God tells Abraham to move to Canaan5) Exodus – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be obeyed.7) Oral Torah = i) U laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  64. 64. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “Instruction”3) Consists of 5 books i) Genesis ii) Exodus iii) Leviticus iv) Numbers v) Deuteronomy4) Genesis – God tells Abraham to move to Canaan5) Exodus – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be obeyed7) Oral Torah = i) Unwritten laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds f to Judaism Back to Main
  65. 65. 2) Guided Reading NotesIII) God’s Covenant With the Israelites (p.29-30)a) Basics• History and faith are interconnected• No separation with religious belief and social, economic, political lives• Each historical event reflected God’s plan for them.• Modern Judaism after the return from Babylon to Judah.b) One God• Israelites were Monotheistic – Believed in one Godc) God’s Promise1) Believed God made covenant (promise & agreement), with Abraham and his descendants2) Believed God promised: i) To protect them ii) provide a homeland.3) Canaan was the “promised land” 4) People had to remain faithful and obedient to God.5) Israelites and later Jews believed they were God’s Chosen People to fulfill worldly duties.d) The Torah1) Sacred text for Israelites 2) In Hebrew means “Instruction”3) Consists of 5 books i) Genesis ii) Exodus iii) Leviticus iv) Numbers v) Deuteronomy4) Genesis – God tells Abraham to move to Canaan5) Exodus – God tells Moses to lead Israelites out of slavery in Egypt6) Also in Torah i) God’s teachings ii) laws Jews believed must be obeyed7) Oral Torah = i) Unwritten laws ii) Commentary about Torah iii) adds flexibility to Judaism Back to Main
  66. 66. 2) Guided Reading NotesIV) Teachings on Law and Morality (p.30-31)a) 10 Commandments1) According to Book of E , God gave commandments to M after E exile2) basic laws form core of Judaism3) First 4 stress religious duty of i towards God (ie Sabbath = Holy day of worship)4) 5-10 are rules for i conduct towards other p . i) “Honor your & ” ii) “You shall not m ” iii) “You shall not s ”b) 7 Universal Laws1) Apply to all people, not just .2) Similar to 10 3) One difference = establish to enforce lawc) Ethical Worldview1) Prophets reminded Jews of their d .2) Isaiah told all Jews, “cease to do , learn to do , seek justice, r the oppressed…”3) Prophets preached – moral standard of behavior for i and a just c .V) Scattering of the Jews (p.32)1) – scattering of the Jews 2) Started in BC with Babylonian captivity3) By 70 BC, More Jews lived theBack to Main homeland
  67. 67. 2) Guided Reading NotesIV) Teachings on Law and Morality (p.30-31)a) 10 Commandments1) According to Book of Exodus, God gave commandments to M after E exile2) basic laws form core of Judaism3) First 4 stress religious duty of i towards God (ie Sabbath = Holy day of worship)4) 5-10 are rules for i conduct towards other p . i) “Honor your & ” ii) “You shall not m ” iii) “You shall not s ”b) 7 Universal Laws1) Apply to all people, not just .2) Similar to 10 3) One difference = establish to enforce lawc) Ethical Worldview1) Prophets reminded Jews of their d .2) Isaiah told all Jews, “cease to do , learn to do , seek justice, r the oppressed…”3) Prophets preached – moral standard of behavior for i and a just c .V) Scattering of the Jews (p.32)1) – scattering of the Jews 2) Started in BC with Babylonian captivity3) By 70 BC, More Jews lived theBack to Main homeland
  68. 68. 2) Guided Reading NotesIV) Teachings on Law and Morality (p.30-31)a) 10 Commandments1) According to Book of Exodus, God gave 10 commandments to M after E exile2) basic laws form core of Judaism3) First 4 stress religious duty of i towards God (ie Sabbath = Holy day of worship)4) 5-10 are rules for i conduct towards other p . i) “Honor your & ” ii) “You shall not m ” iii) “You shall not s ”b) 7 Universal Laws1) Apply to all people, not just .2) Similar to 10 3) One difference = establish to enforce lawc) Ethical Worldview1) Prophets reminded Jews of their d .2) Isaiah told all Jews, “cease to do , learn to do , seek justice, r the oppressed…”3) Prophets preached – moral standard of behavior for i and a just c .V) Scattering of the Jews (p.32)1) – scattering of the Jews 2) Started in BC with Babylonian captivity3) By 70 BC, More Jews lived theBack to Main homeland
  69. 69. 2) Guided Reading NotesIV) Teachings on Law and Morality (p.30-31)a) 10 Commandments1) According to Book of Exodus, God gave 10 commandments to Moses after E exile2) basic laws form core of Judaism3) First 4 stress religious duty of i towards God (ie Sabbath = Holy day of worship)4) 5-10 are rules for i conduct towards other p . i) “Honor your & ” ii) “You shall not m ” iii) “You shall not s ”b) 7 Universal Laws1) Apply to all people, not just .2) Similar to 10 3) One difference = establish to enforce lawc) Ethical Worldview1) Prophets reminded Jews of their d .2) Isaiah told all Jews, “cease to do , learn to do , seek justice, r the oppressed…”3) Prophets preached – moral standard of behavior for i and a just c .V) Scattering of the Jews (p.32)1) – scattering of the Jews 2) Started in BC with Babylonian captivity3) By 70 BC, More Jews lived theBack to Main homeland
  70. 70. 2) Guided Reading NotesIV) Teachings on Law and Morality (p.30-31)a) 10 Commandments1) According to Book of Exodus, God gave 10 commandments to Moses after Egyptian exile2) basic laws form core of Judaism3) First 4 stress religious duty of i towards God (ie Sabbath = Holy day of worship)4) 5-10 are rules for i conduct towards other p . i) “Honor your & ” ii) “You shall not m ” iii) “You shall not s ”b) 7 Universal Laws1) Apply to all people, not just .2) Similar to 10 3) One difference = establish to enforce lawc) Ethical Worldview1) Prophets reminded Jews of their d .2) Isaiah told all Jews, “cease to do , learn to do , seek justice, r the oppressed…”3) Prophets preached – moral standard of behavior for i and a just c .V) Scattering of the Jews (p.32)1) – scattering of the Jews 2) Started in BC with Babylonian captivity3) By 70 BC, More Jews lived theBack to Main homeland
  71. 71. 2) Guided Reading NotesIV) Teachings on Law and Morality (p.30-31)a) 10 Commandments1) According to Book of Exodus, God gave 10 commandments to Moses after Egyptian exile2) 10 basic moral laws form core of Judaism3) First 4 stress religious duty of i towards God (ie Sabbath = Holy day of worship)4) 5-10 are rules for i conduct towards other p . i) “Honor your & ” ii) “You shall not m ” iii) “You shall not s ”b) 7 Universal Laws1) Apply to all people, not just .2) Similar to 10 3) One difference = establish to enforce lawc) Ethical Worldview1) Prophets reminded Jews of their d .2) Isaiah told all Jews, “cease to do , learn to do , seek justice, r the oppressed…”3) Prophets preached – moral standard of behavior for i and a just c .V) Scattering of the Jews (p.32)1) – scattering of the Jews 2) Started in BC with Babylonian captivity3) By 70 BC, More Jews lived theBack to Main homeland
  72. 72. 2) Guided Reading NotesIV) Teachings on Law and Morality (p.30-31)a) 10 Commandments1) According to Book of Exodus, God gave 10 commandments to Moses after Egyptian exile2) 10 basic moral laws form core of Judaism3) First 4 stress religious duty of individual towards God (ie Sabbath = Holy day of worship)4) 5-10 are rules for i conduct towards other p . i) “Honor your & ” ii) “You shall not m ” iii) “You shall not s ”b) 7 Universal Laws1) Apply to all people, not just .2) Similar to 10 3) One difference = establish to enforce lawc) Ethical Worldview1) Prophets reminded Jews of their d .2) Isaiah told all Jews, “cease to do , learn to do , seek justice, r the oppressed…”3) Prophets preached – moral standard of behavior for i and a just c .V) Scattering of the Jews (p.32)1) – scattering of the Jews 2) Started in BC with Babylonian captivity3) By 70 BC, More Jews lived theBack to Main homeland
  73. 73. 2) Guided Reading NotesIV) Teachings on Law and Morality (p.30-31)a) 10 Commandments1) According to Book of Exodus, God gave 10 commandments to Moses after Egyptian exile2) 10 basic moral laws form core of Judaism3) First 4 stress religious duty of individual towards God (ie Sabbath = Holy day of worship)4) 5-10 are rules for individual conduct towards other p . i) “Honor your & ” ii) “You shall not m ” iii) “You shall not s ”b) 7 Universal Laws1) Apply to all people, not just .2) Similar to 10 3) One difference = establish to enforce lawc) Ethical Worldview1) Prophets reminded Jews of their d .2) Isaiah told all Jews, “cease to do , learn to do , seek justice, r the oppressed…”3) Prophets preached – moral standard of behavior for i and a just c .V) Scattering of the Jews (p.32)1) – scattering of the Jews 2) Started in BC with Babylonian captivity3) By 70 BC, More Jews lived theBack to Main homeland

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